Updated: Jun 21
Are you still being affected by previous acts of an abusive spouse? Did you endure a painful childhood? Sexual attack? Perhaps you suffered a painful divorce or traumatic accident or even been in combat. You may have suffered through COVID19, lost your job?
Do you sometimes - or all of the time feel depressed, anxious, out of sorts - but do not know why.
Any of these traumatic events, and others, can be programmed into your subconscious depriving you of joy, robbing you of motivation, causing you to act inappropriately towards others. Any of these each can preventing you from living the life you’ve expected and deserve.
So how can Ketamine help? Ketamine Infusions have been shown to effectively help with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), fibromyalgia, and some pain disorders including migraines.
Diagnosis Not Needed. Do you need a prior diagnosis of any of these conditions for treatment? No. Many do not seek help and can even be embarrassed by what happened to them, or even blame themselves – regardless of the facts. Others do not want to admit they have a problem or to be labeled with one of these conditions.
What is Ketamine Plus? It is a program offered at Seeking Perfect Health that includes the powerful benefits of Ketamine plus a holistic approach to health. The treatment with Ketamine is step one. This step alone is often sufficient to initiate a major change in a person’s life.
A holistic approach then seeks to address strengthening you overall health and helping to reprogram the negative effects of prior programming. This strengthening is achieved through, if needed, bioidentical hormones, nutrient cocktails, natural supplements (to heal the body), along with personalized diet and exercise programs as appropriate.
Discounted Pricing for Ketamine Treatments. We also offer free consultations and discounted pricing to enable as many who need healing to participate.
One (1) treatment $497.00.
Four (4) treatment sessions for $1500.00. (Recommended)
What is Ketamine? It is an FDA approved medication as an anesthetic (1970) and has been in use for more than 50 years. It is viewed by the World Health Organization as an essential medicine and is frequently used in operating rooms. It is a well-researched, dissociative anesthetic. Ketamine has been used extensively for pediatric and adult treatment in surgery, emergency departments, ambulances, trauma medicine, and war zones. It is a commonly used medication in veterinary medicine.
Unfortunately, it has also been abused by individuals seeking a new level of awareness.
Studies at Yale University, The National Institute of Health, Harvard University and Johns Hopkins University, have confirmed benefits for the treatment of Chronic Pain, Migraines, Depression, Anxiety, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, Inflammatory Pain, Fibromyalgia, Bipolar Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Mechanism of action.
Ketamine is known as an NMDA receptor antagonist. It has been shown to affect mood rapidly and effectively and acts on glutamate, one of the most numerous neurotransmitters in the body. The increase in glutamate can cause increased neural activity and communication in the brain. Areas of the brain which have shut down due to anxiety and depression, are suddenly awakened. Ketamine can create neuroplasticity, or new neural growth. This “rewires” the brain which is believed to play a big part in the lasting anti-depressant effects.
Along with reversing neuronal atrophy, ketamine also has an anti-inflammatory effect. The dissociative effects of ketamine are believed to play apart in the healing process. When titrated in the right doses by a trained provider, ketamine offers an effective treatment for a variety of mental and pain conditions.
A picture of a neuron. The neuron below shows new dendritic formations, or new neural growth, within just 2 hours of receiving ketamine.